The Best Places To Visit In Australia In February & March

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Avoid the wet season in the North and check out some of our favourite trip locations that are just perfect in February and March! Whether you’re a do-it-yourself kind of traveller or enjoy the all inclusiveness of a tour, make sure you add these ‘Aussie’ extravaganzas to your bucket list!

Namadgi National Park, ACT
Namadgi National Park, ACT

Namadgi National Park, ACT

In a section of the Australia Alps near Canberra, you will find the pristine bushland and fascinating history of Namadgi National Park. Not only can you meet the emus, kangaroos, wallabies and cockatoos of Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve, but you can also discover ruminants left by pastoralists, gold hunters and the Aboriginal custodians. Be active and horse ride or mountain bike the tracks, fish the waterways, climb or abseil the heights of the granite outcrops and bushwalk along the Great Alpine Walk.

Find out more at  www.visitcanberra.com.au

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Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park, NSW

Just north of Sydney, spend some time of the city and explore the wilderness of Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park. Experience breath-taking views of West Head lookout and cruise the tranquil waterways below. Learn of the ancient aboriginal culture at some of the many heritage sites and seek out historical rock engravings some visible only by water.

Find out more at www.sydneyoutback.com.au

kangaroo island tours
The Remarkable Rocks on Kangaroo Island

Kangaroo Island, SA

Check out Kangaroo Island for an unforgettable experience! From spectacular scenery to astounding wildlife, world-class wineries to local produce you can enjoy the lot on this South Australian island! Not only is the island serenely tranquil, but it can also deliver action packed adventure! Sandboarding, bike riding, kayaking, bushwalking, and swimming – every spirited traveller should make it their mission to check out this stunning destination!

Find out more at www.kiadventuretours.com.au

Tasmanian sunset

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Launceston to Hobart, TAS

Ever considered exploring Tasmania? Road tripping from Launceston to Hobart via Freycinet National Park will deliver a delightfully balanced trip! Freycinet itself, has a stunning array of scenery, from pink granite peaks to secluded bays and sandy white beaches contrasting with the turquoise blues of the Tasman Sea. This is an adventurer’s paradise with opportunities to hike, kayak, swim and snorkel. Check out The Hazards Ranges, Wineglass Bay, the Moulting Lagoon Wetland Sanctuary and keep your eyes peeled for the elusive Tasmanian Devil! End your trip in the charming Hobart, which has plenty of history and a casual vibe allowing you to experience the Australian culture in a somewhat chilled city!

Find out more at www.discovertasmania.com.au

12 apostles great ocean road
The Twelve Apostles along the Great Ocean Road

The Great Ocean Road, VIC

Spanning 400km from Torquay to Nelson on the South Australian border The Great Ocean Road is a must do of the Victorian State.  It is classed as one of the most scenic coastal routes in the world and has plenty to do en route! Combined with the spectacular scenery, seek world-class surfing breaks, sheer limestone cliffs, isolated beaches, wonderful wildlife, local produce, aboriginal culture, Eucalypt forests and secluded hinterlands. Possible to see from Melbourne in just 12 hours, but best explored over a few days.

Find out more at www.visitgreatoceanroad.org.au

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Albany at dusk, Western Australia

Perth and Albany, WA

This dreamy region of Australia really does hit on all notes. Deep blue oceans, breathtaking scenery, rolling vineyards, ancient caves, white sandy beaches, curious animals and rare plant species await your discovery in the South West! Enjoy relaxing with a glass of ‘Margaret River’ wine, stroll through tall timber forests and bathe in the beautiful Greens Pool. The unique scenery of the South West is certainly something you won’t forget so why not consider a trip today.

Find out more at www.westcoastcruiser.com.au

By Gemma Glover